It doesn’t matter if you are a Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Social Worker, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapy, or a Psychologist. If you have your basic EMDR training finished, it is important to get ongoing EMDRIA consultation to ensure that you provide excellent clinical services to your clients–and so that you do not drift from protocol. If you have read about the excellent results that EMDR therapy has been achieving, or have seen them in your practice, it is important to consider a consultation to get to the next level if your evolution as a therapist: Becoming EMDRIA certified.
Paul Krauss MA LPC is the Clinical Director of the Trauma-Informed Counseling Center of Grand Rapids, MI as well as Health for Life Grand Rapids. Paul has been trained and practicing EMDR Therapy since 2009. Paul is now a Consultant in Training and is working toward becoming a full EMDRIA consultant. At this time, Paul can provide low-cost consultation to therapists who wish to become EMDRIA certified.
If you are a licensed mental health care provider interested in providing EMDR, consider taking training courses (EMDR Training Level I and II) a step further by becoming EMDRIA certified. If you are EMDR trained through level II and want to become EMDRIA Certified, Paul Krauss MA LPC can now provide 15 of the 20 hours of consultation needed. Paul Krauss MA LPC is an EMDRIA Consultant in Training (CIT).
If you would like to join one of his EMDRIA approved EMDR consultation groups, just contact Paul at [email protected] Paul will be offering individual EMDR Consultation and Group Consultation both online (from any location), in-person at his Grand Rapids, MI office and potentially in Scottsdale, AZ (seasonally). If you are ready to take the next step to become EMDRIA Certified and learn how to work with dissociation, severe chronic PTSD, attachment issues, severe traumatic experiences, and chronic emotional regulation contact Paul today!
Traumatic experiences can trigger stress responses in our bodies even years after an incident. Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy helps the brain process traumatic memories and allows normal healing to resume. The experience is still remembered, but the fight, flight, or freeze response from the original event is resolved. Unlike other therapies, EMDR involves less talking about details of the event. It focuses on changing the emotions, thoughts, or behaviors associated with the event by pairing the negative thoughts with reprocessing through an eight-phase treatment guided by a trained therapist. EMDR can assist with recovery from:
- Anxiety, panic attacks, and phobias
- Chronic Illness and medical issues
- Depression and bipolar disorders
- Dissociative disorders
- Eating disorders
- Grief and loss
- Performance anxiety
- Personality disorders
- PTSD and other trauma and stress-related issues
- Sexual assault
- Sleep disturbance
- Substance abuse and addiction
- Violence and abuse